15 Things You Need to Know to Win ANY Sports Trivia
Trivia night with your pals at the local bar can be one of the best nights of the week, especially when the topic is sports. You get to grab a beer, trash talk, and show off your knowledge of random facts to your friends and a room full of strangers. Everybody has their areas of expertise, but this list narrows it down to the sports facts you must know if you hope to compete.
You love sports and you're obsessive about your home team, so a little trivia should be easy, right? Wrong. You may know the birthday, shoe size, and high school record of your favorite athlete (or even an entire team), but to succeed on sports trivia night, you'll have to know more. Consider this your sports trivia facts sheet. It covers everything from the last 10 Super Bowl MVPs to the number of feathers on a regulation Badminton bird. Hey, you never know what they might throw at you, but at least with this list, you'll be more prepared than most people.Study the list, go to a trivia night, and impress all your friends when these common sports trivia questions arise. By the end of the night, you'll be swimming in the free beer and congratulations that a real winner deserves.
The Last 10 Super Bowl MVPs
2017 - Tom Brady, New England Patriots
2016 - Von Miller, Denver Broncos
2015 - Tom Brady, New England Patriots
2014 - Malcolm Smith, Seattle Seahawks
2013 - Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
2012 - Eli Manning, New York Giants
2011 - Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
2010 - Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
2009 - Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh Steelers
2008 - Eli Manning, New York Giants
The Nine Professional Sports Teams That Don't End with the Letter "S"
Boston Red Sox
Chicago White Sox
Oklahoma City Thunder
Tampa Bay Lightning
The Four NBA Teams That Don't Have a Mascot
Golden State Warriors
Los Angeles Lakers
New York Knicks
The Seven NFL Teams That Don't Have Cheerleaders
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
The Derogatory Term for When a Baseball Player Strikes Out Four Times in a Game
A "golden sombrero"
October 11, 1992, for Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins, then Atlanta Braves vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
*Sanders suited up for the MLB game, but didn't see the field